Local students who want to launch their careers in an exciting industry are being invited to join one of the New Talent schemes run by JT.
Following on from National Apprenticeship Week last month and now National Careers Week, JT is looking for students in the Channel Islands who want to make a great start to their career by gaining a professional qualification and earning while they learn.
Sixteen apprentices, bursaries and graduates are currently receiving on-the-job training, moving through various parts of the business so that they get the opportunity to see everything that the communications provider does. JT are also sponsoring a scholarship with the Jersey College for Girls Foundation and will shortly be welcoming students on placement as part of their HND in computing qualification.
Sarah Gosiewska, Head of Talent at JT, said: “We are a rapidly evolving global business, committed to growing talented local people who we want to see achieving great success. It doesn’t matter whether they are starting from scratch or already have an idea about what their career might look like, the beauty of our New Talent schemes is that they help people identify the areas within the business they enjoy – helping them to grow in confidence and recognise where their strengths lie.
“Each new starter is trusted to work in real workplace situations, knowing they have a network of people dedicated to supporting their growth. I love seeing how they thrive alongside our experienced teams.”
JT started the scheme in 2011 and are pleased to have seen a year-on-year increase in the diversity of applicants. Applications for new candidates closes 10th April.
Sarah added: “We want to hear from creative, organised, can-do local people who are getting ready for the world of work and have a genuine interest in digital technology. This is a fast-paced industry so they must be willing to learn and work as part of a team. We firmly believe that learning should not stop just because formal education has.”
Main image shows |JT Apprentice, Trish Howlett.